Fox Outdoor Products Multi-Purpose 5-in-1 Survival Shovel
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- Made of heavy duty forged steel
- Black Nylon carry pouch
- Nestles together compactly
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The fox multi-purpose 5-in-1 survival shovel is made of heavy duty forged steel. Comes with black nylon carry pouch, nestles together compactly for easy storage and transport.
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The main component is the shovel, which is almost flat and would be very hard, if not impractical to use as a shovel.
The saw attachment is very thin with dull teeth and attached to its connector with small rivets that don't seem like they could hold up to use.
The pick attachment seems thick, but is nothing more than a rounded blunt piece of metal. I'm not sure what it could be used for or even if it qualifies as a pick.
The axe attachment is very small, dull, and attached by rivets that could not possibly hold up to using as an axe.
The compass in the handle is water filled and does work, but already has air bubbles in it on arrival.
If you need a quality product, this is not for you. If you need a cheap item for light duty on a single camping trip and don't mind throwing it away afterwards, this MIGHT work for you.
- Pickaxe is spelled wrong.
- Saw is capitalized for no reason.
- Bolt is spelled Bott.
- It says that you push in a ball on the bolt to change tools. You don't. The bolt has a very thing cotter pin in it.
Good indication of the quality to be found inside.
The carry bag:
- Will probably wear out quickly, we shall see.
- The axe/hammer/stake puller is on the front in another pouch. The strap to hold it in is so loose that I wouldn't trust attaching the setup to the outside of anything.
The tool itself:
- Again, the bolt to change it is held in with a cotter pin. I intend on changing this asap.
- The axe head is extremely small and not sharp at all. It'll probably only be good as a hammer.
- The pick doesn't seem too bad.
- The saw is pretty small and shaky.
- The shovel is the only part that looks good. I'll probably end up only using it for that.
For the price it isn't worth it at all. You can go to a surplus store and get a military issue folding shovel for half the price.
I am looking for something of similar quality and size.
This product is best described as a toy.